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worker in south los angeles. with gang infested housing projects that are now almost mythic, jordan downs and nickerson gardens, and i worked in these projects during what is referred to as the decade of death, when crack and unregulated gun availability laid waste to communities of color. in los angeles during the late 1980's and early 1990's, there were 1000 homicides per year in the city of los angeles, not the county, the city. now, we have between 203 hundred homicides per year. people talk about the gang problem having been addressed. i want to share with you, what i experienced, what i have learned, i am not a typical academic. i will not quote statistics to you or talk about theories. i will talk with you about practicality. pragmatic approaches, and i will talk about reality. san francisco, like los angeles learned, will never saw or deal with its gang problems effectively unless there is true collaboration. i will talk to you about what this looks like and feels like. i will speak to you about the lessons that we have learned as law enforcement had to come off of the high perch,
he got my personnel file and my address, there is no transportation in los angeles -- there is nothing. he took three buses and hitchhiked, making it to my old frame house in venice. i said, why are you here? he said i was in a car and we did drive by and i don't know what to do. you said you would always be there for me. there's the answer and the question. how are we always going to be there for bobby. how are we going to help young people at risk, people who are active, to build new identities? we begin with tattoo removal, legal expunged and and we work on attachment. every individual who wants to avoid being in a gang, who wants to leave the game, they need a role model and mentor, they need someone to be there. there is no single type of person. we need it the merging of former gang members, prosecutors and social workers and public defenders. you have all had that kid. he needs role models, job training, and real jobs. i was happy to hear that in the video, nothing stops the bullet like a job. we need to provide that. bobbie ann smiley did not ask for their f
. alameda had its own electrical system. these are various projects. los angeles storm drain system. they raised the dam. your water is a product of pw a. they built the sacramento water reservoir. the fans were so well built that in fact, they are still in use. the engineers said we have to replace a ball bearing. we of course, have neglected our infrainstruct our and it's rated to be a d and dropping. so if you don't pay your taxes, things do fall down. much of it is things that were built during the new deal. fortunately, they built them very well. so the stuff was really built to last. but, if you don't have taxes to run a state. i expect we will see more of that stuff. i will give you a brief tour that we take for granted. the commitment to public education in all its manifestations. public schools from kindergarten to higher education. there are thousand of new deal schools built within less than ten years. many have art work in or on them. this is berkeley high school. you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. the schools are always telling you that public e
a worldwide public health hazard. david wright abc news los angeles. >> man police describe as the instigator of gang rape near richmond high school has pleaded guilty to escape life in prison. 22 year old manuel ortega will serve 32 years in prison. he was the first of 6 defendants to stand trial in this 2009 rape that made national head liens. in october of that year a girl leaving a homecoming dance was raped and beaten for 2 hours with no one coming to her aid and others watching. ortega was seen running from the area. remaining 5 defendants are awaiting trial. 4 face life in prison. >>> judge ruled today that then governor arnold schwarzenegger did not break the law by commuting the prison sentence of a political ally's son hours before leaving office in january 2011 schwarzenegger cut the manslaughter sentence in half for nunez son of former assembly speaker fabio nunez. lawsuit filed by the victim family say schwarzenegger violent add law requiring him to notify them that he was cutting the sentence. >>> more to bring you busy night as you can tell. dramatic reversal at big time s
san francisco on september 20th before touching down in los angeles. >>> cbs 5 chief meteorologist paul deanno had visions about being a shuttle pilot. but the program is done >>> that's a heck of the turn to go over san francisco on his way to los angeles. order and good weather for the 20th, for today picture- perfect, anything and outside excellent today if you cannot get an outside i have good news the weekend looks excellent. the bay bridge clear skies. 61 degrees in oakland 67 san francisco mid-50s santa rosa. the days are getting shorter 66 in concord. radar shows crystal clear the driest time of year it has never rained ever in six of the first 10 days of san francisco. the driest time of the year. we have and onshore flow kicking in overnight mid 50s for the coast some morning fog for the bay especially north bay. partly cloudy skies inland tonight. we have cloud cover off shore. we have a big counterclockwise world off shore upper level low pressure is over the eastern pacific, with the light onshore flow there will be some clouds and fog in the morning a lot of afternoon
research. >> final split of the space shuttle will be a long one through streets of south los angeles at the price of 400 trees. crews are cutting down trees along the route from los angeles international airport to the california science center. residents along the route say having stumps instead of trees will lower property values. the science center promises to plant two new trees for everyone chopped down. >> the space shuttle will pass through the bay area and you can mark the date on the calendar. september 20th, the shuttle will do a low level fly over in mountain view. going to go over san francisco and other cities sou want to stay tuned. >> and cal al is now relying on emergency funding to pay for the soaring cost of fighting this year's unusual number of fires. all reserve fire engines have been staffed and there are the funds that were a last minute increase to the state budget. in 24 hours cal fire crews responded to 23 fires around the state. and started by 200 different lightning strikes. >> that is remarkable. >> we're looking at low risk of fire danger for the day. an
the space shuttle to a museum in los angeles. and during this journey it will do low level fly overs past urban areas to so folks can see it. thursday, september 20th passing over moffett field and go over san francisco, and other california cities. stay tuned for the details on the exact time the flyover will take place. we'll try to keep you posted where werk see it fun to seerks right. >> tonight here on abc 7 news the government's latest unemployment numbers and impact they could have on who will occupy the white house next year. >> and there is clint eastwood explains points he was trying to make in the republican national convention. >> and olympic swimmer making a big splash this weekend. his campaign to ensure safety of your kids in the pool. abñcús >>. >>> new unemployment numbers have cast a shadow over president obama's acceptance speech, 96,000 new jobs were created last month, 35,000 fewer than expected. the rate fell but only because a lot of people save up looking. u.s. work force has fallen to the lowest level in 31 years. there is the political implications. >> i just g
a worldwide epidemic. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >>> now to phoenix. imagine looking out your window and seeing this, a giant wall of dust, 2,500 feet high. as abc's neal karlinsky tells us, it's just the beginning of the extreme weather erupting there. >> reporter: the giant dust storm that blanketed phoenix, was so thick, so other worldly, people throughout the city took out their cameras to record it. >> this is insane. look at this thing move. it's just moving quickly. >> reporter: time lapse captures it best. in this one, recorded by a private photographer, you can see a wall of sand so well defined, it looks almost like a hollywood special effect as it coats the city, turning daylight into an unhealthy brown haze. mike olbinski was behind the camera. >> the winds weren't super strong, so there was dust and haze in the air for at least an hour after it hit. all my equipment got pretty nasty and trashed. >> reporter: at its peak around sunset, the cloud rose 2,500 feet into sky, causing some flight delays and forcing motorists to pull over for their own safety. this wall of sand
giants dedicated their game against the los angeles dodgers last night to highway patrol officer kenyon youngstrom. the team held a moment of silence to honor his service and sacrifice. officer youngstrom was killed in a shootout tuesday in alamo. the gunman was shot to death by another officer. vic lee road with the chp along that same stretch of road. >> the outpouring of sadness and support from the public just keeps growing. here at the chp field officer where officer kenyon youngstrom works. >> i think it underscores in their mind, wow, these individuals are human beings just like me, they are connected to family, they are connected to friends. >> the officer has been with the chp some 30 years. it's not the first time he's heard the radio call, an 11-99," officer down. every time the same reaction. >> your mind starts racing. sometimes your heart sinks. >> and when that officer dies -- >> each one, a piece of you goes with that individual. there's never a time where you say i'm over that. you just learn how to manage it. sometimes there are thoughts of anger, sometimes there are t
taste this soup. >> the san francisco giants dedicated their game against the los angeles dodgers last night to highway patrol officer kenyon youngstrom. the team held a moment of silence to honor his service and sacrifice. officer youngstrom was killed in a shootout tuesday in alamo. the gunman was shot to death by another officer. vic lee road with the chp along that same stretch of road. >> the outpouring of sadness and support from the public just keeps growing. here at the chp field officer where officer kenyon youngstrom works. >> i think it underscores in their mind, wow, these individuals are human beings just like me, they are connected to family, they are connected to friends. >> the officer sam morgan has been with the chp some 30 years. it's not the first time he's heard the radio call, an 11-99, officer down. every time the same reaction. >> your mind starts racing. sometimes your heart sinks. >> and when that officer dies -- >> each one, a piece of you goes with that individual. there's never a time where you say i'm over that. you just learn how to manage it. sometimes t
with you in san francisco. while i was raised in los angeles, we are only a stone's throw away. whatever happens in l.a. and san francisco, we are married. i have always used that, in terms of my professional career. mayor, i want to thank you for your leadership and enthusiasm. obviously, you have done tremendous work here. you have turned the unemployment rate, where it was so high. we know that some many families were suffering, and businesses were hurting, and people of all ages were looking for hope. we know here in san francisco that they have good leadership, people who are accountable, who want to make sure everybody receive some relief. it is coming together. you have just given, i think, my speech. this is about giving partnerships together. all of you here today -- especially, i want to hear from the young people. but more importantly, to think the business partners. to be honest, i often get asked -- you are in charge of the department of labour. how many jobs have you created? i do not create jobs. i help incentivize partners. thank you for your enthusiasm. and also to all o
is adopted and the platform has been amended as shown on the screen. >> jon: that's los angeles mayor, the chairman of the democratic convention calling for a third vote to amend their platform, this time to include god and reconfirm jerusalem as the capital of israel. it didn't seem to get much attention in the mainstream media, jim. why not? >> it could be because the mainstream media didn't want to make the democrats look bad. by contrast, if this would have been the republican, the chairman of the republican convention would have done the voice votes. it didn't appear two-thirds, but they would have had the acoustical engineers and sound checks and which is bigger, the people in the white t-shirts would have been household names now and on the today show, telling how atrocious the republicans are. instead it was the democrats and sweetness and light, abc news didn't touch the story. nbc news gave it like ten seconds. >> and i want to say, we talked about this earlier in the week, jim and i, but i want to say, listen, it was the hottest story on talk radio, both from the right and
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center to a museum in los angeles, its new permanent home. and during its journey, the endeavor will do low-level fly officers past urban areas across the country. on thursday, september 20th, the shuttle will pass over moffet field and and it will also go over san francisco and other cities in the state as well. stay tuned for the details of the exact time the fly officers will take place. we will let you know so you can step outside. it is strange to see it on top of the building. >> what's going on? the shuttle. >> it is huge. it is massive. >>> sports. >> i am easily entertained. where would the giants be without marco scootero. don't even think about that. they wouldn't be in first place. mr. clutch does it again against the dodgers. sports is next. >>> good evening. how do you spell clutch some cs-c-u-t-o-r-o. they are opening a huge series with a victory on orange friday at at&t park. sold out as always. dodgers get to tim lincecum and it is a bobble and they get kemp at first. giants tied it and a base knock off beckett and in comes crawford. timmy all over the plate. a career h
the space shuttle endeavor from florida's kennedy space center to a museum in los angeles, its new permanent home. and during its journey, the endeavor will do low-level fly officers past urban areas across the country. on thursday, september 20th, the shuttle will pass over moffet field and and it will also go over san francisco and other cities in the state as well. stay tuned for the details of the exact time the fly officers will take place. we will let you know so you can step outside. it is strange to see it on top of the building. >> what's going on? the shuttle. >> it is huge. it is massive. >>> sports. >> i am easily entertained. where would the giants be without marco scootero. don't even think about that. they wouldn't be in first place. mr. clutch does it again against the dodgers. sports is next.fÑ i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account aler
of $100 million. to get these charging stations in throughout the bay area and down the coast to los angeles. they sold 5000 electric cars and they want to keep expanding. problem, permits. some people are making it hard, some cds are making it too difficult to get these charging stations up and running. we will deal with that city by city and we will have success. secondly, the utility's charge various fees to set up and provide the electricity. we want to make sure that it is cost recovery and to not be unreasonable. we meet with them if their problem and we react. through the public utilities commission, through local regulation, we react and try to do everything we can to solve problems. if you are talking about deals like if you come to california, we will pay 7000 for any job, we have a little bit of that but it is hard to pay people for their business activities. we do not have enough money. they're doing that all over the state. cutting deals. we are doing that in some respects. it is our race. how does michigan spent so much subsidy attracting -- michigan is not doing that w
worked as a public defender for 19 years in los angeles. she is now director of legal services. now i'm going to embarrass her. her name is ellie miller. there she is. [applause] public defenders are legal ministers. you are. you are part of this picture. ok. i will go back to what i was supposed to be doing, forgive me. i am going to -- we have heard everybody's contribution. now i want to talk about what is working and what is not working. i am going to ask each of the members to speak the truth to one another. let me direct some early remarks. you have suffered unimaginable pain. i will make an assumption that i can speak for the audience in singing, cannot imagine what would be like to be is a child. from that pain, from your community organizing, what do you say to the commander? it is not 1996 any more. what is going on? what do you say to him? what does he say to you? i will ask you to keep the remarks brief. commander, i will give you a chance to respond. you are hearing about all these things, what is your reaction? >> there needs to be more police sensitivity training in sfp
and i traveled to los angeles with our mayor at the time and what an event. and now a few months later, san francisco is probably hosting the seminar with the ministry of commerce. it shows that our golden mountain continues to attract chinese. has never stopped since the 1800's and because san francisco continues to be the city of innovation and full of peril spirit, we will continue to seek an inflow of inbound chinese businessmen and investors. may i invite our mayor, edwin lee, to the podium? [applause] >> thank you. good morning. i want to of course repeat our warm welcome, ladies and gentleman, to the vice minister and his delegation here. to the council general and his wonderful work and to our lieutenant governor, gavin newsom is here. our senior adviser, mr. rossi and those of you from fremont and san jose and around the bay area, thank you for being here on this first china-united states state and regional economic and trade discussion. as you know, san francisco has been home to the biggest and the oldest chinatown in the united states. and so, there could not be a more appr
corporations. we have mayors across the country that have come on board, even the mayor of los angeles. also in philadelphia, detroit. they are all coming in with their own sense of, "my goal is 5000 jobs." i bet we can still get more mares to jump on board. so we are not done. we still have more to do. the fact that we can set this up through the department of labor, our own internet, and put this up and create a job bank, where we can interchange and work with our partners to make sure that employers can list the jobs and that young people can go on very easily and get more information. the point is that we need to have some structure for young people. young people right now and need this. our communities need it. we are able to do it, and we should be doing it. the president is strongly behind this effort. while we know we still need to do more, we need to talk about expanding programs year round for youth, for dislocated workers, and for our veterans. we have a lot of veterans coming home who are between the ages of 18 and 24. the qualify for these programs. some of them will come back w
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with oscar-winners jeremy irons, out today with a new project called "the words." in addition to that, he has completed more programming. we are glad you could join us for our conversation with actor jeremy irons, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: please welcome jeremy irons to the program, the oscar- winning actor which is out with a new program. it is called "the words," where one author plagiarizes another author's work. here is a scene from "the words." >> i read your book. i like it, very, very much. >> thank you. i really do appreciate it. >> i know, i know. artists always feel uncomfortable talk
los angeles. they had three children. on the right is the youngest child, eunice. she was 16 or 17 in this photograph. on the other end, on the left is mary who became mary manbo. on the left is the photographer's wife. in front is bill and mary's son billy. he was called billy in the family. billy came along in early 1940. this is probably shot some time in 1943 so he is 3 years old clutching his little full airplane. mary went to the franc wigan's trade school where she met bill. she was studying to become a seamstress. there was the third child because the playboy. sammy is not pictured in this photograph but we will meet him later. he was in the rotc program in 1941. eunice as i say was in high school. junto did some accounting work for japanese language school. and a consequence of the accounting work, was arrested in march of 1942 and he was held in may of 1942. when franklin roosevelt signed executive order 9066 sammy came back to help his mother in the absence of junto who was locked up. led one of the most viable crops was rhubarb. it was not ready to harvest. rhubarb is a
dedicated their game against the los angeles dodgers to highway ma troll man, scooted youngstrum he was killed. gunman was shot to death by another officer. vic lee rode with the chp along the same stretch of road. >> the outpouring of sadness and from the public keeps growing. here at chp field office where officer kenyon youngstrum worked. >> it underscores in their mind while the individuals are just like me they are connected to family and friends. >> sam morgan has been with the chp for 30 years. he it isn't the first time he heard a radio call. 1199. an officer down. >> your mind starts racing. >> when the officer dies.... >> each one a piece goes with that individual. there is never a point i'm over that. you just learn how to manage it. sometimes there is thoughts of anger. there is thoughts of sadness and all the emotions go. >> reporter: there is also personal reflections. she married with two children. >> reflections what if it was me. how would my wife and children handle it. how would my family respond. you are brought into sharper focus with your own mortality. you see
in all parking lots and stands. a los angeles lawmaker wrote the bill, he says currently fans call 911 to report problems. but the stadium's own security workers can get there faster. legislation follows several high profile incidents at various sporting events. at last years raiders-49ers, there were two shootings, a beating in the bathrooms and two fights in the stands. >>> fund-raiser in both woodside and danville for paul ryan, former 49ers star brett jones is holding an event in dan investment $10,000 get you into a photo reception with the wisconsin congressman. later in the day,. >>> the burglars know that the staffing in san jose is down, so they know that there's not in force out there to stop them, so they're wreaking halve vok. >> the south bay schools where parents don't feel safe dropping their students off at school, plus why police aren't doing the jobs there. >>> i'm scott budman, energy from solar panels, a bicycle for every employee and lots of job growth. it's all about the bar and coming up, we'll take you to cliff's place. >> and the race for donations, why a popul
all the time. >> san francisco has always been cooler than los angeles, what can i say? >> as she was sounded off against the dodgers, you can see this lady on the bike, she is from los angeles and had some words for that lady. i thought that those two were going to go at it. what a scene. out here like you can see the fans pouring in, many are giants fans and many are dodgers fans. 7:15 p.m.7:15 p.m., first pitch it is a three game series, anyone's game. >> we are expecting another gorgeous day tomorrow. clear skies bay area wide. into the evening, coastal fog. clear skies and lead and another round of sunshine to our with similar temperatures compared to today. temperatures are currently at 60 degrees. mid-60's in oakland, 80 and concord in the upper seventies through santa rosa as well as a little more. mid-60's for the coast. it will be gored is at the beach. upper 70's in the north bay. mid-60's expected for san francisco. mostly clear skies and mild temperatures. a full forecast coming up. >> perfect weather for outdoor sporting events. this is one busy weekend for bay are
florida to its future home in the science center in los angeles. the trip will not be a quick one. takeoff will be at september 17th. nasa is deliberately flying the shuttle over key nasa sites as a final tribute to those who made so many contributions to the program. on the morning of thursday, september 20th, endeavor will pass over the golden gate bridge and nasa ames in mountain view on its way to l.a. >>> a consumer warning about a popular candy is being expanded tonight. last month the american licorice company, union city, recalled some of its red vines black licorice because of lead contamination. now the company and california's health department is expanding that recall to include all of the company's black licorice products. they're being told not to eat the company's snap products, jumbo black licorice hanging back, law down bags and family mix as well. >>> traffic will be a bit sluggish on the peninsula tomorrow night. stanford is hosting duke. a little constructions as well. the cardinals set to host duke at 7:30. in addition to the game day traffic, east bayshore road on the
and this controversy is not over. in los angeles fox news. well now. video that you don't see every day on the east coast. a tornado tearing through a new york city neighborhood today . the storm system that spawned this is very much active. watch it stretching up and down the east coast and we'll get the latest on who is in the path of danger right now. that game was awesome last night. we got crushed, dude. awesome game. nice. saints are getting good, huh? shotgun formation... yes. zone blitz, they disguise it so well. with nfl mobile from verizon, no one will know the game better than you. best defense in the league... well, almost no one. i will eat you. watch live games thursday, sunday and monday nights, plus get nfl redzone and nfl network coverage 24/7 on nfl mobile and experience football on verizon 4g lte. nothing complicated about a pair of 10 inch hose clamp pliers. you know what's complicated? shipping. shipping's complicated. not really. with priority mail flat rate boxes from the postal service shipping's easy. if it fits, it ships anywhere in the country for a low flat rate. that's
words for her friend. >> this is sentences it. san francisco has always been cooler than los angeles. >> the giants are tied with the dodgers right now furious this tax data >> the giants had a huge a series of the daughters this regard. the giants have to l.a. for three games, friday, saturday in an extended period want >> it was a gorgeous day today we are expecting another beautiful day tomorrow, mostly clear conditions of passed yet coastal fog. a lot of sunshine drop the week and was 70's along the bay, ladies and even warmer temperatures as we head into the work would appear if future cast 4 set for this hour showing us 60s along the coast of this is for the aids era at looks like we will be waking up to widespread '50s to from morning indicated by the blue-collar odysseys. it is close to warm up quickly. 70's finance. tsk have we are expected mid-60's some are for those of you going to the giants game is going to be sunny and nice. half first pitch will be out one of 5:00 p.m.. half for your 7 day around the bay shows us that things will warm up. >>pam: we're learning more
president, henry wall los angeles is -- wallace, is the guy who can do the ticket the most amount of harm. the experts, the guys in the back room go to franklin roosevelt and say he could cost you a million votes. and he is saying if i cut that by half and half again, and they're in the right states, i've got a problem. and i don't want a problem. henry? basically i forced you on the ticket four years ago, i can't do it again. >> host: did henry wallace run for president in 1948. >> guest: certainly did. it's almost like -- one of the great back stories of the election -- not a back story, the main story -- a personal grudge match between the wallace swing and the truman mainstream wing of the democratic party. wallace had been dumped and when truman takes over the presidency, he was dumped by the presidency by harry truman. roosevelt put him in the cabinet as secretary of commerce. he gives him speeches -- gives a speech in madison square garden which puts him at distinct odds with the truman foreign policy, and truman fires him. so, any human being, any human being would be upset. walla
jÓvenes. eliana escalante de los angeles nos explica por quÉ. >>> la mamografÍa puede no compensar el riesgo de la radiaciÓn que se utiliza para detectar el cÁncer al seno. en mujeres menores de 30 aÑos de edad y tienen una historia de la familia con cÁncer. la doctora nos xexplica lo que dice el documento. >>> hay un riesgo de 27% y menos 30 aÑos de edad y el riesgo es mÁs alto que puede llegar a un 60%. >>> la investigaciÓn detalla que de las 1923 mujeres europeas parte del estudio se encontrÓ que por cada 100 portadoras de las mutaciones. de 30 aÑos de edad, 9 habÍan desarrollado cÁncer de mama a la edad de 40 aÑos. y aumentaba en 5 si se habÍa realizado una mamografÍa antes de los 35. >>> si la mamografÍa debe ser a los 30, 40, o 50 aÑos en el momento que una mujer se detecta algo, lo mÁs mÍnimo tiene que correr y hacerse una mamografÍa. >>> no dice que el estudio se hizo en europa y en estados unidos antes de llegar a la mamografÍa. en mujeres menores de 30 aÑos, se comienza con una resonancia magnÉtica como lo sugiere el instituto de cÁncer de holanda. es
is transporting the space shuttle endeavor from florida's kennedy space center to a museum in los angeles, its new permanent home. and durin journey, the endeavor will do low-level fly officers past urban areas across the country. on thursday, september 20th, the shuttle will pass over moffet field and and it will also go over san francisco and other cities in the state as well. stay tuned for the details of the exact time the fly officers will take place. we will let you know so you can step outside. it is strange to see it on top of the building. >> what's going on? the shuttle. >> it is huge. it is massive. >>> sports. >> i am easily entertained. where would the giants be without marco scootero. don't even think about that. they w place. mr. clutch does it again against the dodgers. sports is next. >>> good evening. how do you spell clutch some cs-c-u-t-o-r-o. they are opening a huge series with a victory on orange friday at at&t park. sold out as always. dodgers get to tim lincecum and it is a bobble and they get kemp at first. giants tied it and a base knock off beckett and in comes crawford.
. >> reporter: in the san gabriel mountains near los angeles, the flames that consumed 4,100 acre this is week are now largely out, but firefighters are still hunting for hot spots. >> we better get walking. >> reporter: l.a. county fire captain ron reed has been on the front lines from dawn to dusk since sunday. >> some steep, ugly country back in here. big brush, big fuel types, very hard to contain fires without air support. >> reporter: just getting to the fire line means an hour-long hike lugging 35 pounds of gear up a 3,000 foot mountain. what's the attraction of this work for you? >> it's probably the excitement of a wild land fire. >> reporter: wildfires in 12 states have burned almost two million more acres than in an average year. it stretched the limits of firefighters and budgets. >> we've all been trained to think of the worst possible scenario. what can happen? if i go down on this piece of ground right here underneath this active fire, what can go wrong? where am i going to go if it does go wrong? >> reporter: california budgeted $93 million for wildfires this year but has alrea
. julian castro and the los angeles mayor talked about issues impacting the hispanic community and increasing voter turnout among latinos. this is over one hour. >> good afternoon and welcome. my name is ron brownstein. also a political analyst for abc and admire and friend of univision. we're here to talk about the democratic party in tomorrow's america. i do not have to tell the people in this room that we're living through the most profound demographic change in the united states. the melting pot era at the turn of the 20th-century. the 2010 census was a postcard from the future. wider presented for fifth of america's population. by 2000, it was 69%. in 2010 as fallen to 53.7. hispanics constitute one in seven americans. the greatest changes among the young. 47% of americans under 18 are non-white. we have the sense that after 2040 we're on track to be a majority minority nation. in the underage teen population we will be majority minority as soon as a few years after 20 -- 2020. a majority of the newborns in the u.s. were non-white. this change is not only deepening diversi
-of-control, vicious guy. >> reporter: the case is now in the hands of a los angeles jury. the question? did wynn really threatening to kill "girls gone wild" founder, joe francis? or is francis making it all up? in closing arguments, both sides make their case. >> steve wynn threatens to kill joe francis. >> the plaintiff has not met the burp. >> reporter: in 2010, francis says that wynn sent an e-mail to quincy jones. saying he should be wired for his life were not paying off a $2 million bill at one of his casinos. in an interview with abc news, francis describes that e-mail. >> he was going to hit me in the back of the head with a shovel and bury me in the desert. >> reporter: when jones took the stand on thursday, he told a different story. >> did you ever hear steve wynn threaten to kill joe francis? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: and in a surprise twist, wynn is now suing francis for $4 million over that statement he made to "good morning america." >> he was going to hit me in the back of the head. >> reporter: claiming in the internet age, the interview can be played over and over, furth
with what it costs to live in america. cnn, los angeles. >> his problem isn't unique to santa barbara. the average home price is $600,000. it doesn't rank in the top 100 with cities of high average home prices. >> we are just getting to know each other. i'm an apple guy. iphones, ipads, i have my two iphones right here with me. if you are like me, the news of a new iphone is a big deal. the rumor is, it's coming next week. next week. what do we know about it? we'll find out what one tech expert was able to dig up. ally . why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in th
during the 2008 campaign was sentenced to 300 hours of community service today in a los angeles court. 42-year-old shepherd fairly was convictedoff fabricating evidence against. today a judge gave farley two years probation and ordered him to pay a $25,000 fine. >>> the makers of a smart phone application grinder are going political with a get out the vote message of their 1.5 million users. grinder says it's sending messages to users to inform them which candidates support gay rights. >>> the life saving surgery for mccarthy and why doctors say this injury can sometimes be tough. >>> and you know that's good news for your bay area weekend, no fog in the area. i will have the specifics on your area for your neighborhood coming up. >>> new at 6:00, missing from san jose and discovered dead in indianapolis. we will explain the unusual way two men were found that's sparking questions. >> and what firefighters are doing with spiked wind. >> the prices their posting is absurd. >> the reason one area town is preparing to sue one grocery giant. fñ >>> curiosity is leaving its marks on mars. its
going on in los angeles. you could have been in a million places. you're here. i find that personally fulfills. and fulfilling totally these are important matters. thanks for all of that. [applause] a couple of personal notes the book and how it came about. , you know, i had been engaged in kind of questions about my own heritage, i had two grandfathers, one on each side that were victims of the -- survivors their families were victims, obviously. and the only thing -- about why the government and all the people recruit would target every day people. my family were not elite, they were not even really educate there, they were farmers. why would they be targeted? and so it started to lead to these questions about why would they be hated so badly people would want to try to kill them? that was coupled with other questions that when i put them together lead me down the path of mass media and one other incident was do you remember in the 1990s when there was an emergence of a new kind of talk radio we hadn't really heard before up until the 1990's we had strayed ahead public affairs on te
at the young turk's headquarters? normally we're in los angeles. we're in new york right now so we could have a medical marijuana card. i don't know who has one but i wouldn't care at all. some employers, oh my god, drug tests. we're not embarrassed about i don't think pot is any different than alcohol. have you had a beer? hell yeah i've had a beer. have you smokeed pot at young turks, hell yeah, not on the job. what is your favorite alcoholic beverage? i'm glad you asked. obviously disaronno. they're sponsoring the block and i never had one before. before the show i had a shot. and i loved it. white russian it my right answer. always keeping it real. let's throw more elbows around. president clinton decided you know what, i'm not done with mitt romney yet. >> in tampa, the republican argument against the president's re-election was actually pretty simple. pretty snappy. it went something like this. we left him a total mess. he hadn't cleaned fast enough so let's go back in. >> cenk: i love that line. and here comes bubba again. mitt is so tired. stop hitting me. you're killing me out here.
mountains north of los angeles, but people are being advised to stay away for another weekend. the fire forced closures over the labor day weekend and right now it is 78% contained. the fire has burned nearly 4200 acres. twelve firefighters have suffered minor injuries. >>> walking out to the car this morning, definitely crisp out there. almost feels that someone flipped a switch and said fall, here we go. >> feeling like it, right? >> yeah. >> the nights are a little longer, mornings a little cooler. slipping into the 40s for north bay valley locations. most of us in the 50s. mostly clear skies over most of the region, although just a few fingers of fog drifting across the bay, into the east bay. oakland, hayward reporting partly to mostly cloudy skies. but beautiful look at the sunrise there. we will be mostly clear. today, a near repeat of what we felt yesterday. hopefully you enjoyed your yesterday and the weather a lot like what we felt. 15 miles per hour right now at sfo, 18 in fairfield. the onshore breeze was a little stronger through fairfield early this morning, has backed off
york, but i do a him him lot of teaching and so i travel him around a lot. i spend a lot of time in los angeles. him i'm writing a book about my classes at ucla, which were him him him going on during the rodney king tape, and also during the gulf him him war, and i was able to learn something about how young people him him him actually view these events. i spend a lot of time in moscow him him i'm working on a satellite television collaboration between him pbs, the guggenheim museum, the him him him tretyakov gallery and russian him tv, and i've been working on him him him him that off and on, i guess, for four or five years. him him him and i've done a lot of writing about the second russian revolution, as i saw it, which had a lot to do with media, of course. c-span: are there things you him just won't watch? >> guest: it's not so much that him him him i won't watch stuff, it's that i'm one human being. i have a limited amount of time, and i naturally go where my him him him him interests are. i have to admit that there are certain kinds of styles of television that i like and that h
enfrenta en esa situaciÓn. de los angeles, salvador durÁn nos cuenta mÁs. veamos. y que cuando vas manejando tu coche. >>> no sabrÍa que decirle. >>> la verdad que yo no tengo idea como me voy a defender de eso. >>> la ley que permite a la policÍa prulg tara a inmigrantes por sus dopgts, entrara en vigor en algunos dÍas. >>> por eso los expertos recomiendan que si fuera su caso, siempre diga la verdad. >>> si no tiene licencia de decirlo, cuando te pregunten por quÉ, simple y sencillamente porque no tengo si te piden identificaciÓn, puedes mostrar tu pasaporte de tu paÍs. >>> el policÍa entonces, podria hacerle mÁs preguntas cuando usted se ha identificado, no es necesario decir mÁs. . >>> al momento que haces eso, ya no es un problema criminal, si no civil hay es el punto que tienes que guardar silencio. puede salir la sospecha razonable al ver pasaporte y no tiene licencia en arizona. >>> la policÍa puede confiscar el vehÍculo y detenerlo para interrogarlo mÁs pero entonces, se puede pedir la ayuda de un abogado. siempre es mejor estar informado y conocer las leyes. s
. >> the path we offer may be harder, but it los angeles to a better place, and i'm asking you to choose that future. i'm asking you to rally around a set of goals for your country, goals in manufacturing, energy, education, national security, and the deficit. real achievable plans that will lead to new jobs, more opportunity, and rebuild this economy on a stronger foundation. that's what we can do in the next four years, and that is why i am running for a second term as president of the united states. ( cheers and applause ) >> brown: the president was, of course, speaking both to loyal democrats in the hall, and to those voters around the country who haven't yet made up their minds, especially those in battleground states. one of those states is virginia, which the latest election polls show remains a tossup. traditionally red, it turned blue, voting for president obama in 2008 with a big boost from northern virginians. margaret warner sat down with six undecided voters there after watching the president's address. >> warner: this same group sat down with ray suarez raft week to assess
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